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Brewin needs YOUR vote!

Need argue with a man, er alien, holding a gun ;)

 

So I’ve managed to get Infinite Universe nominated for Best Dice Game in the Best App Ever Awards… Now I just need YOU to click the button below to register your vote! (Voting ends March 15 2014).

 

Is it worthy of your vote? Well I think so ;)

 

 Vote for Gamebook Adventures: Infinite Universe for Best Dice Game

 

And while you’re there, why not vote for the Pocket Gamer 2014 Awards too… Tin Man Games is nominated for Best Developer, and Trial of the Clone is nominated for Best Adventure/RPG Game – just go HERE to register your vote (voting ends March 7th 2014).

 

Many thanks to all those who vote! (Your reward is in the life after this one haha)

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Freeplay 2012 - Some personal reflections

Freeplay 2012
Yeah I know, I look pretty unhappy about only getting a top three finish don’t I ;)

Yes the subtitle is needed, as I’m not going to pretend that these reflections are in any way representative of the festival or the experiences of others… I managed to attend only six talks/panels/workshops on the last two days, and was briefly at one of the after parties, so I did but take a small sample of what was on offer…


Freeplay is Australia’s longest running independent games festival exploring the intersection of indie development, culture, arts and education.

This was my third Freeplay festival. I’ve previously spoken on the topic of “story design” at one of them (a spot I really only got because Neil Rennison of Tin Man Games recommended me), and for this one my Gamebook Adventures title Infinite Universe was nominated for best writing in a game, from out of 115 entries no less.

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